Since 2015,when Fog Off creator, Tim Steele, asked Wyatt to be Fog Off's Mental Health Month's Ambassador, they have continued to support Wyatt.

 Wyatt's last name dons the back of several Fog Off clothing pieces and all proceeds from these clothing sales directly support his boxing career. 


Tartan has supported Wyatt in several ways, by being a direct sponsor, by being his employer, and by being flexible and versatile in the work place to accommodate Wyatt's training and competition schedule.



Tracy and Wyatt were introduced in 2017 and and almost instantly Tracy was a huge fan and supporter, along with her husband Jarret and their two daughters.

They have held events at their whiskey distillery, Caldera, in River John and started up a sponsorship program for Wyatt called Podium Pals (link above).


After making the national boxing team in 2017, Wyatt signed with Boxing Canada Sponsor, STING SPORTS, as their youngest Ambassador.

STING SPORTS provides Wyatt with his training and competition gear.

Known as one of the top combat and training equipment providers, Wyatt wears the name with pride. 

citadel amateur boxing club

Wyatt began boxing at Citadel Amateur boxing Club, with his two brothers,  in January 2010 under father and son trainers, Taylor and Wayne Gordon. It is where his love of boxing and his Boxing Family began.

Over his seven years training with Citadel he won 3 national championships and 3 international titles.

Proedge sports and conditioning

In 2017, Carlos Meza became Wyatt's conditioning trainer and a huge supporter, and more than that - a close friend.

On any occasion for Wyatt to get back to Nova Scotia, he makes sure to stop by ProEdge to keep up his strength and conditioning while away from the national team.

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